PACIFIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE STUDY (FY 1993-1994)
The relationship between the telecommunications and information
of a country or region and development is well understood today.
The purpose of this project is to undertake a survey of the telecommunications
and information infrastructure in the Pacific Islands regions. The
study revealed that the state of development of telecommunications
and information infrastructure and activities is mixed. Regional
tariff data, services, # of telephone lines, and other useful
was gathered during this study.
results are found in a A Primer on the Telecommunications and Information
Infrastructure in the Pacific Islands Region prepared in 1995 and
a paper prepared by Norman Okamura and Edmond Durand (Director of
Telecommunications Division, Forum Secretariat, Fiji) delivered to
the Pacific Telecommunications Conference in 1996.
ORGANIZATIONS: The study was partially funded by the Hawaii Information
Network Corporation or HAWAII INC.
ORGANIZATION: The Principal Investigator of the grant is
Dr. Norman Okamura.